The band Mouth performs their experimental rendition of the popular Hall & Oates song. Performed live. This track is from the band's online release Word of Mouth: Volume 2. Topics: Mouth, Jam, Band, Experimental
Music for aspiring filmmakers to use in their film projects when they on a tight budget. The artist only requires credit (and a copy of the film would be nice) on the film project. Topics: Free Soundtrack, Filmmaking, Filmmaker, Movie
Re-release of Leon Lamont's solo release titled Breakbeat Mechanic (2000). Originally released on license through Wordsound Recordings. Live experimental drum & bass/ IDM. Leon Lamont plays live drums, composes and produces this release. Co-produced by Scotty Hard. Topics: Leon, Lamont, Breakbeat, Mechanic, Num Num Num Records
T.H.U.G.S. studio album. Leon Lamont Hinds: Lead Vocals and Drums Steve Bunton: Guitar Taron Davis: Bass Produced by Melvin Gibbs Executive Producer Michael Knuth A&R/Label Manager Rosalie Sendelbach Recorded April 1994 at Water Music, engineered by Salvatore Mormando Mixed at Chung King Studios NYC by Fran Manzella Digitally mastered by Absolute Audio by Tom Brick, NYC Cover and band photo: Tim Davis Design: Michael McDevitt Topic: T.H.U.G.S. Rock Punk Music Melvin Gibbs Leon Lamont Tyronne Davis Steve Bunton
Such a pretty smile. Laura, Tom's son. I would like to find what's behind one. At the place we met residence is gone. Every now and then I'll drive by your home. You had shiny shoes just like Morris Day. They were always clean, even on rainy days. Topic: Leon Lamont Experimental
Live mixing board recording of the rock band T.H.U.G.S. (Treacherous Human Underdogs Going Social). Recorded February 2, 1991 @ Kennedy's 2nd Street Diner in St. Louis, MO. Drums/Vox - Leon Lamont Bass - Cubby Smith Guitar - Steve Bunton Topics: T.H.U.G.S., Rock, Punk, Music, Steve Bunton, Leon Lamont, Cubby Smith, St. Louis, MO
Rock band T.H.U.G.S. performing and being interviewed by DeDe Schofield on St. Louis public access (KDHX-TV) show, Critical Mass. From Critical Mass - Series 7 - Episode 11 filmed on February 25, 1994. Steve Bunton -Guitar. Tyronne Davis - Bass. Leon Lamont -Drums/Vocals. Topics: T.H.U.G.S., Rock Punk Music, Melvin Gibbs, Leon Lamont, Tyronne Davis, Steve Bunton, Critical Mass,...
DJ Logic's Project Logic Recorded live, November 21, 1999 in Providence, RI @ Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel. DJ Logic (turntables) Scotty Hard (guitar) Melvin Gibbs (bass) Leon Lamont (drums) Casey Benjamin (sax, keyboards, flute) Chris Wood (acoustic & electric basses) Topics: Project Logic, DJ Logic, Melvin Gibbs, Scotty Hard, Leon Lamont, Casey Benjamin, Chris Wood
Num Num Nah Records artist compilation featuring Absent Presence - Behold Aguas Tonicas - Bongo aris_h - Ion Spirals Dr. Kazuma - Amateur Teens17 James Bigbooty - Gun Oil KearnsWells - All This Fire L.E.G. Slurp - Refrigerator Leon Lamont - Laura, Tom's Son LomO - Mess It Up Good Mouth - I Can't Go For That T.H.U.G.S. - Vice Levell Jones - What You Did Was Wrong Topics: Num Num Nah Records, Compilation, Absent Presence, Aguas Tonicas, aris_h, Dr. Kazuma, James...
Open format mix by DJ Leon Lamont featuring the styles of Drum & Bass, Dubstep, Hip-Hop, Pop, Rock, Ambient, Downtempo, Funk, Soul, R&B Topics: DJ Leon Lamont, mixtape, Drum & Bass, Dubstep, Hip-Hop, Pop, Rock, Ambient, Downtempo, Funk,...
Demo recordings of unreleased tracks by Treacherous Human Underdogs Going Social. Steve Bunton - Guitar Tyronne Davis - Bass Leon Lamont - Drums/Vocals Topic: T.H.U.G.S. Rock Punk Music Melvin Gibbs Leon Lamont Tyronne Davis Steve Bunton
L.E.G. Slurp is a project by New York producer and Keyboard player Leon Gruenbaum. Gruenbaum is also the inventor of the Samchillian Tip Tip Tip Cheeepeeeee. This track is from his solo album titled Foolifingo! Topics: L.E.G. Slurp, Leon Gruenbaum, Jazz, Pop, Funk
T.H.U.G.S. (Treacherous Human Underdogs Going Social) Guitar - Steve Bunton Drums, Bass, Vox - Leon Lamont How Could You? lyrics by Leon Lamont How Could You? I can’t believe you lied to me you said you were a lesbian Should’ve saw it coming I should’ve listened to my friends They said they saw it coming Slept with everybody that you know both men and women should’ve known something was up when you only had two friends ghetto trash ran off with my baby what was I to do? How Could You?... Topic: THUGS Skank Ho Crazy Bitch
LomO is a duo from Brooklyn, New York that prefers to remain anonymous. Enjoy this electronic, pop, experimental release that is spiced with humor. Topic: LomO Don Maximo Brooklyn New York Experimental Humor
“It’s Complicated” by Leon Lamont • Drums, bass, guitar, vocals – Leon Lamont Hey, baby I said, “Baby you gotta man?” And she said, “It’s complicated” And I said, “That don’t mean nothing except for you having sex with a married man” I say what you doing later? You gotta man at home? She said, “It’s complicated” And I told her to her face, “That don’t mean nothing except for you sleeping with a married man” Topics: Leon Lamont, It's Complicated, R&B/Blues
Members: Vocals- Mike Meyers Guitar- Ricky Black Guitar- Sky Rogers Bass -Adler Heskett Drums- Tim Mullins AMFM takes hardcore elements mixed with New aged synth/dubstep/techno and has created something the St. Louis music scene has not seen before. With an elaborate stage show and extensive crowd participation, they are a band that you have to see live at least once. Members have come from other successful bands in and around Missouri and Texas. Lucky Sevyn (producer out of Austin, and Former... Topics: A Message From Martyrs, Num Num Nah Records, Rock
Leon Lamont programs a MIDI sequencer and plays live drums along to tracks he composed at tempos upwards to 170BPM. Recorded on a 4-track in 2002. Topics: Leon Lamont, Cyber-Ho, Experimental, Drum & Bass, IDM